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are pretty wild. exclamation point. believe in yourself. be patient. >> dana: speaking of dreams you had a dreams of my five that you haven't done this week. >> greg: i'll do it tomorrow. running out of time. way to ruin the welcome to "red eye." i'm greg gutfeld. andy, what is coming up on tonight's show? >> thanks, greg. our top story, mitt romney's garbage man doesn't like him. this is important. i'm not joking. this is my job. and on the eve of the first presidential debate, ben afflec finally breaks his silence to tell us what he thinks of the two candidates. a "red eye" exclusive that we got ourselves. and the uk bans a kid from attending a protest. >> thanks, andy. >> ubecha. i have nothing to say.
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i am glad. she is so hot she is mistaken often for a tea kettle. i am here with jedediah bila. look at her smile. and if hilarity was a fishing boat he woulds teaming with crabs. please be offended is now available on netflix. i urge you to purchase it immediately. and in norway she considered a throw pillow. my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if thoughtful commentary was a whistle, blown men in stripes would blow him on a football field. itthe john gibson show. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> yes, it is, my friends. does he not show affection to those in trash collection? well, a labor union that backs barack obama has released an attack ad featuring a sanitation worker who picks up mitt romney's tbar beg. mor -- romney's garbage.
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the mormon garbage, i might ad. roll tape, tape rollers. >> my name is richard hayes and i pick up mitt romney's trash. >> we will call it the invisible people. >> it is a big health issue not picking up trash. residents do come out shaking their hands and sometimes they give us hugs and thank us for the job we are doing and hand us waters and gatorades and keep up the good work. picking up 15, 16 tons by hand, that takes a toll on your body. when i am 55, 60 years old, i know my body will be there. mitt romney doesn't care about that. >> my job is not to worry about those people. >> romney's campaign responded
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by saying, he is right. no, actually a spokesman replied, "it is not surprising a liberal special interest group is trying to distract from president obama's failed agenda with dishonest, political attacks." i think that was actually written for just about every response. you send that thing out. meanwhile, is the prospect of obama winning a second term giving kitten nightmares? i don't see that kitten hugging any garbage men. what kind of kitten is that? it is a monster kitten. jedediah, try to control yourself. when you played the ad with the garbage man, you were nodding your head in agreement. that surprised me. >> who hugs their garbage man? other than you, of course. and it is not just a garbage man. they have follow-up video with a local fireman and then
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another lady who picks up the trash in the neighborhood. if they were going to pull the class warfare nonsense they should have been more creative than this. no one hands garbage to their -- gatorade to their garbage man. >> you pick up trash nightly. >> and i hug my garbage n ma, but only -- garbage man, but only from the back. you never want your garbage man reporting. >> that is so true. i always wonder about that, about like what happens -- if somebody doesn't like you, they can go through your trash and -- >> i am so pair -- paranoid i rip them in half and put one in this and one in that. >> thinking they can't put it together. >> i tear it in half and put it in the trash. >> i can pick it up and put it together like an easy jigsaw puzzle. >> i am going to get a shredder. >> mr. gibson, always a pleasure to see you.
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>> you know what i like about this video? this goi claims he is the invisible people. if you want to be visible. perhaps you shouldn't take a job that requires you to pick up garbage in the middle of the night. be a rocket -- rocquette. what do you make of this strategy? >> it is an old phrase -- this is an old phrase. we are actually -- our presidential requirement is you give them gator add -- gatoraden and this seems to me they sunk to the absurd level. >> it is amazing. >> do you ever get picked up by sanitation workers ? >> well, you know, if he finds them in the trash he has a good job. >> did you see that skyline? that looked like the end of "gone with the wind." that was the most purplish
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purple and yellowish yellow. garbage men deserve hugs and they will not get them from me. mitt romney has gotten an amazing zip code and i wish i could be a garbage man there. >> a fun fact. mitt worked as a garbage man when he was a governor. he went and did one day a week in a different job. i think he worked in like a bakery, and then he worked in garbage. >> i don't know if that was the best rebuttal. i went to slum camp and pretended to be like you for a day. >> he actually shouldn't have responded at all. the whole point of the left is phony compassion. if they cared about garbage men why did they leach trash everywhere? they didn't care that it cost millions of dollars to clean up los angeles and who had to clean it up? dwar beg men. it is all bs. >> this sounds to me like a case of political carpet bagging.
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imagine the opposite occurred. i pick up mitt romney's garbage and every day he comes out and hugs me. like that would lose the election. he doesn't hug me or he hugs me every day. no way for mitt romney to win. >> or even if he was mildly friendly, he tries to hard. he is trying to be cool. he is trying to be one of the people. >> he thinks he is cooler than i am. he is talking down to me. he thinks i can't afford my own gatorade. it would have been that whole thing. >> he comes out with garbage and throws it at me. put it in the truck. that's what i do. >> stick with this garbage analogy, isn't mitt suffering from a mess he made himself? if he hadn't said that 47% line they never would have come up with the campaign and never would have used the quote against him. >> i think they have come up with it anyway. >> but they used the quote over and over and over in ways that are effective even if they are unfair. this just seems to be in the ridiculous zone. we are now criticizing mitt
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because he doesn't come out in the morning and say, here is a water. how about a hug? i have been waiting for you. why are you late? >> and you have to admit, the garbage man was used. that was an exploy tive ad. >> how many of us has not looked at the gal we are with and say, yeah, i'll tell you, and then you forget. >> wait a second. i don't think he was used. that is a garbage man that got to be on tv nationally. and a better time than we are on. that is the luckiest of garbage men. >> he was offered a job with the dnc. >> from garbage to more garbage, hollywood has a message for the youth of america. it is gurg, blag, glurg. but stars lead by leo dicaprio want them to use social media to say what issues are important to them. they made a psa called vote for stuff and used the number four instead of spelling it out.
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>> it is an election year. >> time to vote. >> you could vote for anything in the world. >> anything at all. >> absolutely anything. >> anything? >> anything at all. >> anything i want? >> anything. >> come on, anything. >> like think outside the box. >> what would it be? >> gays in the military exclusively. >> dogs would pick up my poop with a plastic bag. see how they like it. >> i vote if you talk about your baby -- >> it has to be a really good story, a really, really good one. >> i vote yes on cats. they are up to something, but i like them. >> vote to keep tigers out of schools. >> i vote yes to anything zach efron says. >> rock the vote. should i say rock the vote? where is rihanna. >> you can't vote for most of that stuff. it is kind of ridiculous. >> obviously you can't vote for most of that stuff. >> there is a simple way to have a voice on a lot of important issues. >> what is important to you in the upcoming election.
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>> jobs. >> marriage equality. >> foreign policy. >> women's reproductive rights. >> immigration. >> taxes,. >> we should pay teachers, really pay them. >> better education. >> here is what we want you to do. in 30 seconds or less, make a video telling us what is important to you. >> and we'll make uh star. just kidding. >> some of your tweets, pictures, videos. >> will be incorporated. >> knock us out and we will put if it in. >> go to facebook dosh. >> and vote for stuff in 2012. >> if you are rihanna, you can get under my umbrella. >> he is hilarious. it is like they are speaking to me as if i was a 14-year-old at a skate park. how important is it speak to young voters in a language they understand. >> i am thinking of suing because it reminds me of the campaign i put out in support of snuff films.
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vote for snuff, lol. i am glad we got to watch the entire thing. who edits things? just let it play. >> we watched two minutes of crap. all i wanted was the last part. the psa has some of your favorite actors. there is serena efron 1k3* zach gomez. i know you follow them. did it hit home with you? >> it seems silly to me. other than gee, the subtext of the whole obama campaign is vote for stuff. stuff like ebt cards. stuff like free phones. stuff like extended unemployment which i know bill wants. all kinds of stuff. i think they are tipping their hand a little too much. >> it is funny stuff. >> and then of course they go through the litny of requests, climate change, reproductive rights. >> we need to pay teachers
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more. we don't pay teachers at all. >> and they want bipartisan conversation. i want to see what happens when all of the people who write in and say i want to support the nra. i'm sure they will be highlighting those. and as far as the teachers not following the chicago stuff, teachers are making $75,000 a year plus, that's a good salary. >> jonah hill is not funny. >> he's all right. i don't think i would want to hang out with him. i feel like he whines more than he jokes in real life. it was snarky and lame and a little annoying, but the venom that republicans show every time these guys are on the screen, that is what i am starting to get confused by. it is not like you are -- it is like are you star spurned lovers. the venom of the campaign does not match the campaign. this was all really -- >> what are we doing listening to leonardo dicaprio? >> what is his name? the guy with the hat?
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why would anybody listen to him about what is important? >> that's why there was a 4 instead of f-o-r. it was for the youngsters, and not for us. >> election day is the first wednesday in november, and then everything will be fine. >> that's a lame defense. if they are putting something out there, our job is to comment and make fun of it, especially when it is lame. to say, oh, if i -- if it bothers me and i am obsessed with it, it is idiotic. >> i was going to say, it reminds me of the book i am working on called diversity of opinion, semicolon, really? >> what is annoying about that commercial is i like all of those guys. i like them. but it is such a predictable i'd logical grouping. it is like you wish there was a little other thinking mixed in. i have no problem with them saying get out and vote. but you don't have to tell me all of the things on the same side. >> there is nothing -- there is no exception to that or something that would go, wow, a strong defense. they didn't say that.
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>> i noticed they didn't put clint eastwood in there. >> tracking to a chair shouldn't be made fun of. >> they come across as smug no matter what they do. they don't know anything. they are stupid. they don't know [bleep]. >> the reason they do, they adopt politics and it is plastic surgery for their brain. i used that earlier and i want to use it again. from ingrates to debates, it is almost here, the most important debate in the history of debates. we have team coverage. for a preview let's go to our political correspondents, bacon and eggs. b and e? >> delicious points, as usual, boys. for additional commentary we
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turn to ben afflec. while promoting his new film, it is actor utters, quote, i voted for obama last time, but he has to be all things to all people, and now he has a record that makes it different. i have more complicated feelings. i know that. that was noncommittal and uninformative. they said of the $1.5 million that nfl players, owners and staff donated to this election, the republicans received three times. and 11 of the team owners favor romney. let's take a look at bacon and eggs still in heated debate while we have our own discussion. jim, you base your life on ben affleck's teachings. >> i respect him greatly. any man who slept with jennifer lopez and jennifer garner, i want to hear everything he has to say. i have nothing to teachers and him. >> i wouldn't putsch too much stock into that. who cares what they say?
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>> any debate predictions ? >> it will just be between the two of them. >> well done. well done. j do you think the nfl is overwhelmingly republican or at least the owners ? they are just rich old white guys? >> they are not just rich old white guys. there are a lot of rich young black guys in that sport. it is bad for romney. i don't want to hear from nfl players anymore than i want to hear from young actors actors in hollywood. >> you don't want to hear from anybody. >> no. >> well, somebody mildly, at least mildly informed. >> what is your prediction for tomorrow, any? >> see if obama gets upset at being asked questions. >> jedediah? >> i think obama will be defensive. i think he is going to feel attacked a little bit. i think mitt romney will be tougher than we expect him to be. if you remember back in the hillary debates with hillary and obama, when he gets asked tough questions he does not like it. you can see the arrogance come out, and it is not a likable trait.
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i am hoping mitt is as strong as i think he will be and draws a parallel between what obama says he was going do and what he has done which is two totally different worlds. >> this is mudslinging at its worst. >> or at its best. want to do both sides. >> bill, go ahead and pretend you will watch the debate. >> i might watch some highlights on the old youtube. i think the kids watch that. my favorite quote from the nfl owner was johnson who said he would rather see a romney victory than another jets win. way to embrace your crowd there. every jets fan loved that one. and they sadly knew it was probably accurate. >> but he just means he believes the country is more important than his own early personal interest. of course his team hates him now. >> the jets fans would disagree. are there any jets fans? >> he is accepting the inevitable. that's what he is doing. coming up, what lessons can be learned from a career
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in broadcasting? john gibson discusses his new memwior, angel dust only at noon. but first, should background checks be required to watch children sports? whatever, as long as they don't take away my binoculars.
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should you be allowed to speak if it offends the sheiks? a professor from usc, go bruins, says it is time to look at the speech that hurts muslims. the baseball player was suspended after writing an anti-gay slur on his face. and tolin asked why a society that considers anti-sametic slurs acceptable, doesn't feel the same as hateful chrkt swraitions as the -- characterizations.
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it is time to have a conversation, i hate that. it is time to have a conversation about whether the free speech rights are being applied evenly and whether it is speech that leads to murder deserves to be protected ssments anyway, all of this raises the question, can hedge hogs be used as brushes? >> it is ton thee until they both eat each other. we can't be allowed to hurt people's feelings, can we? >> you know how i feel about free speech. it is like what i said to a stripper, i may not get -- agree with what you say, but i will pretend i will to get a released. we have to keep in mind, you need to have a conversation. when muslims are rioting, it is the fault of the danish
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cartoonist and comedy central in south park. it is never the fault of muslims. it is hard to have a conversation when people are firebombing an embassy. so why don't you stop it? just behave already, stop. >> boy you are in deep now. >> it is silly that -- and i understand obama -- clinton is the only one that said it. you can't come out and riot every time you are insulted. you just can't do it. >> but they will. by the way, i don't believe that tape had anything to do with the rioting. that was all bs. >> well why is that guy sitting in jail? >> that's an slept -- excellent question. what the professor is saying you took him in on a parole violation. he made the computer to make the movie. while he is there let's string him up. he is not allowed to say this stuff. he is supposed to keep quiet
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and the professor wants him strung up right now. people shouldn't forget, that guy is in jail. >> it is amazing to me. and under president obama, a liberal, a progressive. >> everything is obama's fault. you know that. the people envoke -- on the topic of barack obama, i don't see barack obama apologizing for the hate speech spoke against christians. if you apply that, you have to apply it to everyone, to christians, to muslims and that's not what happens. you have hypersensitivity when it comes 20 muslim extremists usually. not muslims, peaceful muslims. you don't have any sensitivity when it comes to images of christ bathed in urine or anything else considered artistic expression. you can't have that double standard. >> speaking of double standards, if they outlawed hate speech i would have nothing to say to you. >> the guy is in jail because
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of check fraud. >> a coincidence. >> he served his time. this is a parole violation on the check fraud. >> he violated his parole. >> you think -- oh so that's why he got arrested? >> your name is a lot more in the headlines after you make an anti-muslim video. >> i can't believe you are defending this. >> i am not defending him being in jail for that. >> they put him in jail because he made the muslim movie. jay parole violation is -- >> parole violation is breaking the law. >> the guy has the tv thing and he says what he wants and he is defending this. it blows my mind. >> we pleep all the time -- bleep all the time. >> we bleep most of what you say to save your job. >> no, that's actually not true. >> here is a concept. is a coptic egyptian allowed to criticize the people killing his people? >> they say the only reason he is in jail -- >> no, that's mean.
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the only reason he is in jail is they figured out he made the movie. >> but they had reasons to jail him for things he did. >> you think that would have happened? >> he was in headlines because of that. >> they can jail me if they wanted to. >> they would figure out something that would warrant that. >> he technically violated his parole. but we understand what is happening. everybody knows that's why they put him in jail, to apiece islam. >> from what i heard, he went and dubbed over it. >> if you saw the photos of how he was carried out of the house like an armed terrorist, you had more security on that guy, and there is something wrong with that. >> he may actually want to be off the street.
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>> of course they want to kill him. >> what is the growing population in prison? muslim. >> he will come out as a muslim. >> there you go. problem solved. >> i additioned for the movie, and they said my acting wasn't good enough. >> e-mail us, red eye at fox and if you have video of your animal doing something not boring, click on submit a video. coming up, half time with andy levy. >> it is sponsored by coconut. the husk sur under roughing the -- surrounding the large seed. thanks, coconut.
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we're back, let's see if we got anything wrong so far. let's go to andy levy. >> look at this thing. pretty cool. >> what do you have there? >> a bust with my face on it. >> really? >> yes, because i am going on a bus tour. >> is that the actual bus you will be in? >> no, no, no. it is a large bus. >> because you are a short lad. >> and i will be going all over the south starting in florida around thanksgiving and going up to atlanta and tennessee. >> but there is my.
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>> i will be at the villages. >> greg is staying up late. getting up early. >> yep. >> it would be cool if they dropped in a picture. >> a word of advice to the villages, i don't know what time you are speaking, but do not interfere with the early bird special. >> i will be in fort lauderdale. i will be in new york city, big thing november 14th. >> i will take the bus on the bus. >> what am i. >> do you remember that movie? the amazing -- >> he wants to break this. >> please do it. >> i am putting it down now.
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>> jedediah, you said nobody hugs or gives garbage to their garbage man? excuse me, ms. 1%. >> i don't even like to hug my boyfriend. >> boyfriend? you have a boyfriend? when did this happen? >> consider yourself lucky. >> this is somebody who loves sara mclaughlin. >> here is something i know. here is something i know. >> we can bleed into the next segment if it hurts your feelings. >> i don't have enough time. >> now i am really running out of time. >> by the way, greg, you suggest if the garbage men
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didn't want to be invisible they should become a rockette. i don't think he can do that. he could star in a political ad. >> but i think being a rockette would be pretty awesome. >> it would. we could have that equality. clearly not under an obama administration. john, it is funny you think working on "red eye" means you are not invisible. >> it is great. >> don't give it to jim. >> what i do want to do is i want to take off all of my clothes yelling vroom. >> i will make a tunnel. >> but that has nothing to do with the bus. >> bill, i'm with you. saying i was a garbage man for
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a day as romney was doesn't cut it. but to be fair, it was not his camp. it was journalists that put out that tape. i don't think it was their response. jim, you said it sounds like a case of political carpet bagging to you. you don't know what that means, do you? >> of course i do. i wouldn't have written so many books on the subject. >> that's what surprised me. >> i wrote a 3,000-page book about carpet bagging. it is called begins and ends with carpet bagging. >> volume one. >> it is 400 pages of photos. me carpet bagging. >> on this vote for stuff thing, i was a little surprised by something you said on this. i thought your vote for a snuff campaign was about smokeless tobacco and now i am embarrassed i donated such a large amount of money. >> i appreciate it, but we never had to have a cast
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party. >> that's how you save the money. john, you asked what we are doing listening to leo do dicaprio, buts -- but you are actually not the target demo for this. >> you are right. >> i think you are more of a jonah hill guy. >> i like "money ball." >> that was a good movie, actually. >> excuse me, perfect, perfect, perfect thing. "money ball" what was that about? how a team was the winning team with the least amount of money possible. that's a conservative principal. that is seen as heroic in a motion picture, but in real life that is cold, hearted, calculated and evil. >> true. and they won no championships. >> not like steinbrenner the liberal who throws money. >> how dare you? the man is not well.
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>> he is extremely not well. greg, you said ben afflec was promoting his movie, some piece of crap? >> yes. >> it is actually argot and as the iranian revolution reaches a boiling point. >> oh, yes. not a bad movie. >> it looks good. >> i actually commissioned a story on that topic in 2000 and 2001. i forgot about that. >> you know who is in that? the guy from "oz" wasn't he mate yes, sir or governor -- the mayor or the governor. jay he played schlessinger, right? >> that was your favorite charkt rear, right? >> i liked the whole character of prison. >> he didn't play him, he was like the governor, the bald guy who was the governor. he had a serbian name. >> i went to hero to goat.
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>> remember when we had the ghost buster guy on? >> yes. >> you asked if there are any jets fans? >> yes. >> i know of three. >> are you a jets fan? >> i am more of a giants fan. usc journalism not so sure of free speech. you said go bruins? >> yes. >> usc on the trojans and the bruins are ucla, and they are probably pis se d you said that. i feel like who ever put that in the script might want you to get hurt. >> i was referring to the fact that they love to make their own coffee. they are brewins. they like to jazz it up with an apostrophe n. we are brew's in. >> the guy who had the anti-gay slur, it doesn't work. mlb is a private entity. they can have whatever speech code he wants. and it is not like he went to
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jail. he went to jail for a couple games. >> i pointed that out. >> i didn't hear it. >> i saw him writing it on a note. joy actually i think jed -- >> i think jedediah went to great lengths and i had it edited out. >> jim, you did point out that we blame everyone except the muslims who were rioting. >> i love this part of the article. he says, the motives of things like the inthat you sense of muslims is, quote, to show muslims as irrational, violent, and barbaric. it is a good thing there wasn't tan intolerant response. >> when you don't like a movie you should kill people in an embassy. that's a rational way of handling it. if that was true, what would have happened after "caddie shack 2". >> poor jackie mason. >> for us for having to watch it. >> and lastly, greg, you couldn't believe bill defended the producer of innocence of
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muslims in jai. i have to agree with all of you except bill. he is in jail for making the movie, but only because it put him on the radar screen and the feds are like, by making this movie you violated your parole. we are putting you in jail. >> that's what i said. >> i completely agree with bill on this. >> wow. you are disgusting. disgusting. you are disgusting. >> considering out of anyone here i am the one who questions the government's motives the most. >> i think this means something. >> don't say i don't have a bus. i have 12 buses. how do you think my cats get around? >> that's a tram. a tram is different than a bus. >> the tram is a different thing as is the monorail. >> there is a bus system and a tram and a monorail. i have a very progressive apartment and i have high speed rail.
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>> there is a thing that looks like a space needle in there. god know what's he does with it. >> if the space needle was at a right angle. >> i feel like that is kind of a compliment. >> it is. >> you are our very own frasier crane. >> i am done. >> or maybe are you niles crane. either way are you a crane. coming up, did you ever have rick cets? this is just a text message i was sent and i am a little concerned. why did ikea get rid of the women this their catalogs and why does this want to make bill get on their mailing list stat?
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should they thwart the washing of sport? a school in england which is near texas has banned parents from attending their kids' athletic events unless they
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pass a criminal records check, amazing. the policy is meant to stop potential ped files and keep strangers from accessing other parts of the school via the athletic fields. said one pissed off pop after being turned away from his son's rugby match, what is rugby? i can't believe it. what will they stop you going to next? parents' evening? the school play? i blame obama. let's discuss shall we in this -- >> lightning rooooouuuuunnnddd. lightning round. >> john, here is what i -- it is an awful thing, but why are parents complaining about this? they can now spend two hours doing something meaningful. they can say i am not allowed to watch your stupid soccer match or rugby because they think i am a pedophile. >> i have gone to my grandkids' sockish -- soccer game. if there is somebody that
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shouldn't be there, leave it up to the parents. they know who are not parents. they will take care of it just fine. >> actually that could be its own sport. welcome them. it is like ped file day. >> it is the soccer vigilantism. >> that's a great idea for a low budget film. >> what do you think? >> very unfair. if i ever have kids, what, i can't go to the game because in my 30s i made a couple hundred mistakes? >> you are terrible. you just happen to appear like you made mistakes. >> i really do. i automatically give people the creeps. >> i think you need to grow your hair out. >> it is getting gray. a lot of people tell me i look younger than i am. >> i never would tell you you look younger. >> jedediah, is this paranoia run a muck? >> call me crazy, but this is grounds for barack obama's impeachment. >> even though it is england?
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>> it doesn't matter where it is. >> i like the way you think. he is a man of the people. >> you want to be a global president? you have to fix the problems everywhere. >> bill, you never went to your daughter's soccer matches and they turned out fine. >> let me show you how it is done. what i find interesting is the parents in england are the ones with the criminal record when indeed it is the kids. and that's only barak's america. checkmate. >> i think we are going to take a break on that. i think it got pretty hot. >> that's our fore play. >> and i am worried about my little bus. look, it is going to alabama. look, it is stoping. >> hi, bus. >> hi, greg. >> come back. i will be here with my bus.
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japan is awesome. a new study finds that looking at cute baby animals improves
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productivity. researcher cons clueded that the cute pictures made people more focused and more careful than when they looked at photos of less cute animals or pleasant looking food. will this change your pre show routine? >> no, greg. when i like to go on stage, i like to prowl that stage like a panther. in my personal life when i want to be in a good mood i look at a photo of a cute animal. it is hard to get anything done because i am going, awe. at exactly that volume. >> could this knowledge help the economy in anyway 1234* should we be -- should we be pumping cute pictures to people's homes? >> you do it here at "red eye." more people watch -- us specially more young slackers watch "qt red eye" and see the cute kittens they would be more productive, and you would be responsible for a resurgeons in american productivity.
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>> instead of food stamps we should have animal stamps. stamps made from animals. jedediah, i bet your laptop is covered with stickers of kittens. >> this is the secret of my success. this is all i do. i eat and look at cute animals. if people want to know how i get michael will you pleases -- my koll lemes done, kittens and cute puppies. >> your productivity gets worse fthat is possible. >> can you imagine what it is like if i didn't look? i would just be sitting there like a dead thing. this is why we are doomed as a culture. pick your poison. can you imagine the greatest generation right before they storm normandy. i think i can get across that beach. no. that's why they were better than us. we are sick, sick. >> i have two explanations. i believe this study was under ifed by big kitten.
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>> this is an oxymoron. >> maybe it is. i just figured out this is a replacement for looking at other things. before there was cute animal there's was horrible, gory pictures. the internet was used to look at car crashes. and then there is pornography. >> speak for yourself. i have not replaced pornography with anything. >> you actually replace everything with pornography. >> i will send you an e-mail. i am busy right now. we have to close things out with a post game wrap up from andy levy. and to see clips of recent shows fox eye.
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look at this. my bus has glasses on. isn't that cute? oh never find. the program note for now is there is no show tomorrow. we are bumped for fox newschannel's coverage of the first presidential debate from denver. a brand-new "red eye" returns on thursday. >> andy levy, post game wrap up. >> upcoming gigs? >> october 19th. ma grid club in vegas and then 26th, 27th and then the helium comedy club and they were going so wel a second show has been added on thursday. very popular in philly. >> you couldn't be more popular than i am. i am like the rocky statue with no chin. >> this is the first time you promoted a gig and said that you were actually happy with
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ticket sales. >> i was trying to do a different tactic. i am trying to get the second show thursday. do you think we can add it? oh go ahead. six tickets sold on far. >> there we go. thapgzth jim nor done -- that's the jim norton i know. jedediah? new column? >> yes, on what mitt romney needs to do to win the first debate. and then fox news business to give my take on how he did. >> i know i ask this every time, are you on siriusxm radio? >> and it will be on greg's bus. that's on the book tour. he was listen to me. >> i think my bus will have a twitter account, greg's bus. wouldn't that be great? >> let me give you a tip. do that before the show airs. if you wait there will be three or four after the show airs. >> i shouldn't have said it. how much time do we have? >> 10. >> really? >> yes. >> 20.

Red Eye
FOX News October 3, 2012 3:00am-4:00am EDT

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